One Canadian team of scientists decided to solve the oldest question. Apparently, they gave an answer to the question how the world came into existence.
Canadian scientists used inflation theory to describe how first particle came to existence. Dr Mir Faisal stated that the universe is nothing.
This conclusion is based on the zero sum which is the result of the combination of negative gravitational energy of the universe and the positive matter energy of the universe. These two balance each other out.
This is the inflation. This means that zero sum represents the absence of energy. However, the laws of physics still exist.
When the laws of physics are applied, it means that the energy of a system is known at any time. This means that zero energy is actually a certain amount of energy.
Based on quantum mechanics, a small amount of energy can be created from nothing, but it exists only for a very short period of time.
Virtual particles are created out of nothing and these have a small amount of energy for a short period of time. Based on inflation theory, the universe was created out of such virtual particles which expanded rapidly.
Inflation theory has been studied together with the theory called doubly special relativity.
Based on this theory, a maximum energy exists and all particles in the universe possess lower levels of energy. However, the effect of doubly special relativity does not apply on particles at low energies.
Ahmed Farag Ali, Mir Faizal and Mohammed M. Khalil are the scientists who analyzed the inflation theory using doubly special relativity.
The results of their scientific research are published in the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP). They also used a combination of doubly special relativity and a theoretical minimum length scale in their research.
Based on the theoretical minimum length scale, no one can divide something indefinitely. If you try that, at some point you will reach a length scale below which space does not exist. The same can be applied to the beginning of the universe.